China News Service, November 29. According to a comprehensive Japanese media report, on the evening of the 28th local time, a Panamanian cargo ship crashed into a breakwater at Hakata Port in Fukuoka City, Japan. And it has begun to leak oil.

On November 28, local time, a cargo ship crashed into a wave breaker at Hakata Port in Fukuoka City, Japan.

Image source: Screenshot of Nippon Television's report.

  According to reports, on the evening of the 28th local time, a 9576-ton Panamanian cargo ship heading for Kobe, Japan, had an accident shortly after leaving the port.

Part of the bow hit the breakwater, and the entire hull could not move.

  The Maritime Security Department of Fukuoka City, Japan stated that there were 20 Filipino crew members and 2 Japanese crew members on board, and no one was injured.

The ship is in stable condition and there is no danger of sinking for the time being.

  However, the bow part of the ship has begun to leak oil. At present, the patrol boat of the Ministry of Maritime Security is arranging oil baffles around it to prevent the oil from spreading further.

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